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March 25, 2014

We have a brand new newsletter for you. It's free, and it's fun.

Recipe testing in The Perfect Pantry kitchen.

For the longest time, I've been trying to figure out what to do with all of the bits and pieces that don't make it to this blog.

Eureka! I've got it!

I'm so excited to introduce you to TIDBITS, our brand new newsletter, a special treat for fans of The Perfect Pantry®.

In every issue, you'll enjoy:

  • Peeking into my not-always-super-organized kitchen and pantry to see what's going on;
  • Learning about my favorite new food discoveries;
  • Following the progress of my herb garden (if the snow ever melts);
  • Enjoying some bits & bites from around the universe;
  • Finding out what I'm really eating when I'm not creating recipes for the blog; and
  • Getting a bonus recipe, one that won't appear here on The Perfect Pantry.

There will be more, but I have to keep a few secrets.

Tidbits comes out only six times a year, so it won't overwhelm your inbox. And you will not receive Tidbits unless you subscribe to it*. No stealth subscriptions, no automatic mailings. If you subscribe, you'll get it. If you don't, you won't.

To subscribe to Tidbits and get the current issue, click here.

Or, click on the "subscribe" button in the red bar at the top of the page. So easy.

When you sign up, the nice people at Mad Mimi will send you the current issue. No fuss, no double-confirmation calisthenics, no cost.

Enjoy, and thank you!

*Even if you already get blog post updates from The Perfect Pantry by email, you still have to subscribe to Tidbits. I hate it when people send me newsletters I didn't order, and I won't send you anything you didn't order.

Comments

"Finding out what I'm really eating when I'm not creating recipes"

You have space and an appetite for more food after perfect pantry stuff???? Yikes!!! I'm not sure about other readers, but one of your recipes is usually good for a day or two of leftovers.....after a week, there isnt a need to cook for a few days hahaha

Fun idea!

Milton, yes, of course, there are always things I make for my family or for myself that don't meet the "test" for the blog (not enough pantry ingredients, for example). And I promise to confess my culinary sins, too.

WOW!!! JUST READ THE NEW TIDBITS--WILL BE FUN TO LOOK FORWARD TO EACH SENDING!! MY QUESTION ---YOU DO SO MUCH GREAT RECIPES, PHOTOS-- TALES OF ADVENTURES WITH YOUR HUBBY AND FRIENDS--DO YOU ALSO CREATE TIME!!SHARE THAT SECRET
I HAVE ENJOYED EACH AND EVERY THING YOU HAVE SENT THROUGH THE YEARS---MAYBE IT IS MY SCANDINAVIAN BLOOD =I WOULD LOVE TO LIVE IN THAT PART OF THE COUNTRY!!!! THANK YOU.

Pat, if I discover the secret to creating time, I promise to share that in the newsletter! So glad you enjoyed the first issue.

Oh, this is going to be fun! Lydia, the more you share, the more we have to enjoy. And, ditto -- time secrets welcome.

Jeanette, Susan: thanks for trying my Tidbits. I hope they are juicy!

We got back midday Sunday from a blah week in Florida--lousy weather--both of us sick all week, and trying to come up from the tsunami of paperwork/correspondence on by home and work desks. Today I took a breather for fun stuff. This definitely qualifies.

I'm looking forward to getting my first issue later today, and of course future issues. You are always a blast.

Connie, I wish I could deliver the newsletter along with warm sunshine, bright flowers, and a beach! Enjoy!

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